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Revain: Analysis Of Media Coverage

by Nikita Kosmin

Revain offers a fantastically interesting picture if you’re into keeping with the latest media activity and market analytics. This Russia-based company which collected BTC 2108 at crowdfunding that ended on September the 6th:

· statistically calls for more interest in Canada than in Russia, posing a question of whether there are plans for global expansion

· shows a 13X increase in public interest from January to December 2017

· is widely available in the media if you’re a fan of specialized editions like CoinTelepgraph, Medium, and BitcoinChaser .

While we were watching Bitcoin come up to $18000, fall to $9000, go back to $11000, and so on, a lot of interesting things happened. Russian authorities, once again proving there is no end to life’s surprises, announced they would start regulating cryptocurrency in an attempt to prevent money laundering and possible terrorist funding theoretically possible through usage of under-the-radar-networks. There seems to be a greater and greater need for a system that would guarantee safety, incorrigibility, and transparency of data.

In the world of cryptocurrency, no doubt the producers of heart medicine are making more than the richest of cryptocurrency investors. Bitcoin is experiencing a lot of turbulence. Most of the world is still unclear on how to regulate this market. The water is very murky. Revain, as we gather, is picking up popularity quick, putting into action the points described in the roadmap (opening a developer office in Moscow, joining the exchanges), and releasing version 0.2. version 0.3 and version 0.4 dashboard as well as affiliation with a growing number of exchanges.

CEO, Rinat Arslanov, describes cheerful future prospects: ‘The Revain team is really happy how things are going right now. The beta version we released generated a fair share of excitement among our community as well as helped us to perfect the final release. We are thankful to all users who tried the beta and left their feedback and we are looking forward to the future!’

Let’s take a look at the latest events in the cryptocurrency market that include Revain’s media coverage of late and see if we can unearth parents and cause-and-effect relationships that govern these often surprising and seemingly unrelated events.

CoinTelegraph: A Window Into The Asian Markets

CoinTelegraph is an international news establishment with a crew from halfway across the world that works in 18 languages and has mostly English-speaking target audience. They publish articles, recent changes in the law and expert opinions from the world of business, but the main artery of this resource is cryptocurrency. Cointelegraph regularly publishes new articles about Revain, from which we can infer that there is something of interest to write about. Its latest article reviews Revain’s recent activity, quoting “Immutability as a force” and stating that integrity and operational prudence is exactly what the market needs right now: “The developments in the Revain project would be crucial for forging a reliable ICO market but it will also be a chance for a host of other Internet-based systems and services to usher in an era of trustworthiness.”

We can see that the stages outlined in the roadmap are beginning to be realized: not only is the dashboard now available in 6 languages, but the media coverage also seems to be picking up across networks. Although Cointelegraph is 80% aimed at an English-speaking audience, there is a part of the population who will also be interested in the news, thus adding to increasing interest in the rest of the world. CoinTelegraph in that way is a good way of reaching the investors in emerging and undiscovered economies as well as markets in Europe and the US.

We think that with the emergence of Revain and taking into account the future “era of trustworthiness” Cointelegraph predicts for it there is definitely a place for a regulatory body that can access integrity and even incorruptibility, and its relevance is even greater in alternative markets like China, Indonesia, and Singapore. As emerging markets like Vietnam prepare to legalize Bitcoin, the world is looking for a unified framework that can guarantee safety and security of business deals all across the board.

Also within Revain’s plans is expansion into the I-Gaming industry, and we are sure that the fact that there a lot of similarities between Neumann’s strategy and Revain’s articles is no coincidence.

We are sure that the secret to implementing Revain’s service into alternative markets are the politics of integrity, incorrigibility, and operational prudence it offers combined with ability to integrate with the local resource and trends.

The market that lies beyond USA and UK’s secured and extremely well-maintained work ethos is the market which in itself suffers from lack of integrity; most of the deals that take place are ungoverned and highly unstable. Alternative markets like Thailand and Asia are bound to find themselves in great need of a regulator that everyone can rely on. There is a lot of activity on Medium, so if you’re looking for the latest updates on Revain’s progress, this is probably your first port of call.

BitCoin Chaser: Revain is The Future ICO

There seems to be a lot of interest for a service Revain can offer on Bitcoincahser with an article on advantages of combining Blockchain and AI to produce unprecedented results describing “infinite possibilities in this realm”.

Further proving the feasibility of this idea, they describe Revain as follows: “This ICO is aiming to apply the benefits of integrating both technologies to keep online reviews as objective as possible. Revain will allow users to get feedback from their peers on other ICO projects, tokens, cryptocurrencies and more, using vector 1 AI systems to recognize patterns within the reviews and filter skewed reviews out. The information will then be stored on an immutable blockchain, allowing people to compare the reviews with the information they get from other sources to make more objective decisions. ”

We again see here that Revain is succeeding with its roadmap (“Q2, Building AI Review Analysis System”) and providing solutions here that could give it an edge required to enter the European and non-European markets.

As we have already mentioned, there is a lot of interest in the US and Saudi Arabia in Artificial Intelligence. In fact, Sophia the AI Robot was welcome so much in Riyadh they granted her a citizenship. One of the world’s leading countries in terms of performance and affluence, Saudi Arabia is working to develop an economy that would in part rely on Blockchain (or even completely).

Cutting-edge technology plays a large part in achieving performance breakthroughs required to function at this level. In that sense, we think Bitcoin Chaser’s emphasis on Revain’s “objective to enhance user input using AI filtering” comes with perfect timing. Read on: “In a matter of months, the most appealing ICOs will probably have a blockchain component along with another technological component, be it AI, IoT or any other budding technology field. New business models, new products, and new services will increasingly look at integration as their most efficient route to innovation, and a way to keep up with the pace of technological advancement. This new crop of CIOs will become the rule.”

We think that the technology definitely rules the business world today and the business that has an edge wins — whether that is faster transactions, effective communication, AI, a framework that retains untouchable data or good media coverage. We think that in all those ways Revain looks posed to be exactly the company needed to solve a lot of the business world’s financial problems. Judging from the latest patterns of media coverage, the roadmap seems to be very well adhered to, and the latest news concern plans of reaching out to the relatively unexplored lands.

As we see the press go from openly cynical to somewhat respectful to a little surprised (in a good way) to openly enthusiastic, we are have no choice but to conclude the company is making very good headway so far.

In the short time it has been on the market it has been working very diligently and intelligently, and the hard work is paying off. The roadmap is being fulfilled, and there are definite tendencies toward alternative markets and horizontal integration, which we like seeing. Independent services like Medium, CoinTelegraph, and BitcoinChaser are quickly picking up on the latest movements, which means the company is quickly getting the recognition it deserves.

We like the J-curve of progress, and think the new year will see exponential progress and even warmer media coverage, which we will be there to keep track of all through 2018.



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